Jim Creek Old Growth Forest Protects Ancient Legacy
Press Releases - Friday, February 17, 2017
Jim Creek Old Growth Forest Protects Ancient Legacy

The Old Growth Forest at Jim Creek is a diverse ecological legacy and a natural classroom that the DOD is striving to protect with a strong conservation effort.


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